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Any organization wants to think of what its employees will do while they are on the job, but the fact is that all organizations, nonprofit as well as for-profit, must look ahead to the time when employees retire. With that in mind, retirement programs that will offer employees a nest egg when their working days have ended are essential both to attracting good employees and to retaining them once they are hired.
With new tax laws being passed on a routine basis, there are always changes of which an organization must be aware, but there are several standard programs that help employees provide for retirement security.
“I’m in finance, so why do I have to worry about technology, too? Technology, software, and even phone systems — what do these have to do with accounting?”
Database security becomes more complicated and more necessary each day.
Americans need more exercise. CARE needs more money to combat global poverty. An obvious match, right? OK, maybe not so obvious, but professional triathlete and author Eric Harr hopes to serve those two purposes with the “I Am Powerful Workout with Eric Harr.” It’s not exactly Hans and Franz, though.
A marketing or fundraising campaign can only get started with a big chunk of money to support it, right? Money doesn’t hurt, but at a recent national conference on nonprofit marketing, Dina Lewis, Allyson Kapin and Donna Wilkins offered suggestions on six ways to help a campaign, titled “Internet Marketing on a Shoestring Budget.”
One way a nonprofit organization can get free, although haphazard, publicity is the good, old public service announcement, or PSA, that appears on radio or television. This announcement can be written by the organization and submitted to the nearest media outlet for public distribution.
By Beth Kantor
If everyone who has filed public comments on the revised draft federal Form 990 literally gave two cents to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), the tax agency might have a few extra dollars.
The IRS in August released some 300 pages of public comments received about the draft version that was unveiled in June. The agency accepted public comments until September 14.
A bright welcome greets viewers to the WGBH online shop. The store offers, among other items, DVDs of Agatha Christie television shows, or Simon Schama’s "Power of Art."
WGBH, a public broadcasting station in Boston, started the online store around a year ago, seeking to break through a ceiling of 3 to 5 percent growth in general income. While the expectations aimed at 16 percent, Teri Lamitie, director of online marketing, thinks the actual growth will be somewhat less.
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